Tackling youth violence in Lambeth
Tackling youth violence in Lambeth

Tulse Hill Ward is an area where several complex issues come together and sometimes result in young people not feeling safe whilst growing up here. Lambeth Council decided to act on this by putting in place a Borough-wide public health strategy to address serious youth violence. The Council is seeking your support as a community to help reduce youth violence, violence against women and girls, and to mitigate wider community safety concerns.

As residents of Tulse Hill, you will have recently received a letter from Councillor Jacqui Dyer, the Lambeth Council Cabinet Member responsible for Community Safety, asking for your help in implementing this strategy by doing two things:

• Visit the Council’s website and interactive map where you can add where and what your concerns are (click here)

• Join the online Lambeth Made Safer meeting with councillors and other residents from Tulse Hill Ward on Thursday 20th August 2020 (details on how to join are on the same website as above)

This meeting does not replace the regular community meetings with the local policing team – it is designed to focus more specifically on the issues young people face when growing up locally. If you are part of a residents group or TRA which does not send a representative to the Safer Neighbourhood Panel you can get in touch with us directly and we will help you set that up with the local policing team.

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